King Charles his entertainment, and Londons loyaltie. Being a true relation, and description, of the manner, of the cities welcome, and, expression of the subjects love to His Royal Majestie, at his return from Scotland. Likewise the time and place, where the Lord Major and his brethren the aldermen, of this glorious citie, with the rest of the companies meet, and conduct His Royall Majestie to the Guild Hall to a stately feast. And afterward to his pallace of Westminster, there to solace himself. Likewise a copie of verses congratulating the Kings return. by J. H. God save the King

J. H London : Printed for John Greensmith, 1641

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